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"The New Debate: Does the Right To Be a Parent Outweigh the Right Not To Be a Parent?"

February 06, 2020

Naomi R. Cahn is quoted by Deseret News on how there is no legal consensus about how reproductive technology cases should be decided.

"Viewpoint: In This Impeachment, People Only Heard What They Wanted To"

February 06, 2020

Jonathan Turley writes for the BBC on what lessons can be learned from Trump's impeachment and acquittal.

"Is Not Banning Menthol-Flavored E-Cigarettes Racist?"

February 05, 2020

John F. Banzhaf, III is quoted by WPIX-TV on how not banning menthol puts Big Tobacco profits ahead of health concerns for Black and Brown consumers.

"DC Breeds Another Outrageous Ethics Scandal"

February 05, 2020
Jessica Tillipman writes for the FCPA Blog on how a recently resigned DC council member is running for his seat again despite ethics violations.

"Nancy Pelosi Should Resign"

February 05, 2020
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on how House Speaker Nancy Pelosi should have remained bipartisan toward the State of the Union speech.

"Republicans Are Furious That Nancy Pelosi Ripped Up Trump’s State Of the Union Speech As Soon As He Stopped Talking"

February 05, 2020

Jonathan Turley's tweet about the State of the Union was featured by Business Insider.

"The Senate Might Have a Chance For Redemption On Impeachment"

February 04, 2020

Jonathan Turley writes for The Washington Post on how Senators should lead with bipartisan positions for the impeachment vote.

"Who Gets the Frozen Embryos?"

February 04, 2020
Naomi R. Cahn writes for Forbes on complicated issues and disputes over frozen embryos in divorce, citing Sonia M. Suter.

"Miuccia Prada Will Be Getting Sensitivity Training"

February 04, 2020
William E. Kovacic is quoted by The New York Times on how governments adjudicating a company's cultural mistakes poses freedom of speech risks.

"Pa., Unlike Other States, Doesn’t Compensate Wrongfully Convicted People"

February 03, 2020
Jeffrey S. Gutman is quoted by NBC10 on how only half of Pennsylvania exonerees who file civil cases receive a settlement or jury verdict in their favor.

"Trump Subpoenas Invalid, Conservative Group Tells Justices"

February 03, 2020

W. Burlette Carter is quoted by Law360 on two amicus briefs she filed in support of Trump's appeal to block requests for his tax returns.

"Va. School Board Member Wanted To Ban Confederate Flag Attire. Others Disagreed."

February 02, 2020
Catherine J. Ross is quoted by The Washington Post on how public schools cannot ban clothing items unless they generate significant disruptions.

"Shopping For Regulators"

February 01, 2020

Arthur E. Wilmarth, Jr. is quoted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond's Econ Focus on the future of the dual banking system in the US.

"How the House Lost the Witness Battle Along With Impeachment"

February 01, 2020
Jonathan Turley writes for The Hill on how the House should have taken more time to fill gaps in the record against President Trump.

"Dershowitz: Trump Trial Is My 'Worst Controversy'"

January 31, 2020
Jonathan Turley is quoted by The Hill on how Alan Dershowitz's argument was overtaken by his flawed theory of broad executive power.

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